Baseball enthusiasts can’t properly behold the glorious seventh-inning stretch in a crowded living room, because there’s always someone standing on the coffee table getting his forehead rhythmically slammed by the ceiling fan. Catch the game in comfort with today's Groupon: for $25 you get two field-box seats to the Madison Mallards game against the Wisconsin Woodchucks on Wednesday, June 8 at 7:05 p.m. at Warner Park, plus two team hats (a $50 total value).
Coming off the heels of a memorable 2010 season that included the team's first no-hitter and a close vie for a final playoff spot, the Mallards are primed for another season's worth of collegiate-level baseball in their home habitat, Warner Park. Enjoy a prime view of the diamond in field-box seats while internally rationalizing baseball's subtle immoralities, such as stealing, hitting, and sacrificing. Be sure to stock up on traditional ballpark eats at the main concession stand, or bolster mastication muscles with a smoked-brisket sandwich at Stoddard’s Smokehouse. Fans in line for frothy suds can still ogle skillful pitches, on-field promotions, and divine interventions from celestial outfielders thanks to the full-color video board and the 14 HDTVs speckled throughout the park. The recent extensive renovation includes additional legroom, improved sight lines, and comfy stadium seats with backs and cup holders.
Like a grandmotherly umpire's abode, Warner Park boasts a family area where kids can play in a large sandbox and bear-hug roaming mascots. After games, Mallards players congregate at this family area to sign autographs and chat with fans before they depart the stadium in symmetrical V-formations. Fans can accompany complimentary headgear with accessories from the team's online merchandise store.
The Madison Mallards take to the diamond each summer for three months of collegiate baseball, gathering players from across the country as they can hone their skills for a shot at the pros. The Mallards took home Northwoods League championships in 2004 and 2013, cheered on by some of the most devout and rowdy fans in the league. Fans that helped the team set a collegiate attendance record in 2012, drawing in more than 217,000 fans.
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